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I have nothing but sympathy for the poor mother, so I was stunned to read comment after comment on Facebook condemning her for not keeping her son safe. What? How could she have anticipated that? Who would think a child could be capable of getting anywhere near a gorilla at a zoo? And any parent can tell you that when it comes to escaping your watchful eye, Houdini had nothing on a typical four-year-old.
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March 5 was a good day for elephants. Not the elephants roaming free in their natural habitat -- for those elephants every day is a good day. I am referring to 43 Asian elephants that Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey circus keeps in chains. These cruel acts will be a thing of the past starting in 2018.
As Canada’s largest zoo celebrates its 40th birthday, the zoo, which has faced increasing criticism, is trying to redefine itself. There was cake, singing and special guests Saturday at the Toronto Z...
The war against gluten, the problem with bacon, teens and social media, a sad kid at the zoo and apple season all caught my attention this week.
I captured a picture of these two beautiful creatures during a casual visit to the Calgary Zoo this summer. It caught my eye that they are almost forming a heart together.
Otters love to play, too. Even with humans. Evidence of that is found in this cute little video as they chase after a little girl at Philadelphia Zoo, only to keep hitting a dead end! Click here to ge...
EDMONTON - Animal welfare groups fighting to see a lone elephant at Edmonton's zoo moved to a sanctuary in the United States have been dealt a blow by Alberta's top court. In a split decision, the Alb...